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What should you do if you and your friend like the same guy and the guy you both like likes you?

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2005-09-29 00:36:32
2005-09-29 00:36:32

Date him.

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Well if he likes you, you should go for him. But since your friend like him too, you should ask your Friend.

If your friend likes him back, back down. Risking your friendship is not worth it. If he likes you both, but your friend doesn't like him, tell him. If he ONLY likes your friend, don't do it, as he'll use you to get to your friend.

If he likes both of you it is best just to all stay as friends for the sake of losing one another for dating reasons...

It depends, the best thing to do is to see if the guy you both like likes you or your friend more, if he likes your friend more than you, it's best not to try anything, if, however, he likes you more than your friend, you should talk to your friend about it and confess you like that guy, and that he likes you, and ask your friend if he/she would mind you being with him, if your friend minds, than you should consider what to do next and decide if your relationship with that guy is worth to you more than your relationship with your friend.

get a friend to ask but it should be someone that talks to both you and the girl

Confront your Friend and discuss this that would best bet. Unless you want to end your friend ship. See how the boy reacts to both of you.

if you both like him/her then one of you should try to get to him first or if you like your friend and dont want to hurt them then let your friend have him/her and eventually they will break up and you will be able to get him/her

Great friend you have. If the guy says he likes your friend to her face she should say how she doesn't like him and he should go for someone else.( and kinda point how he should like you, but not in a obvious way.)

Who he chooses to like is up to him. Also if you like him (because he is nice) how can you blame your best friend for liking him too - you both have good taste!

You should be nice about it and explain that you only like her as a friend. If she is a true friend she will understand but she will be sad of corse that's how girls work but at least she dose not need to wait or wonder if you like her. So it puts the pressure off of both of you. :)

Find a guy who likes you too. Don't mess with someone who likes your friend if you don't want to lose a friend.

you shouldn't be scared it depends if you like her and if she likes him but really you have to talk to your friend

it really depends who he likes, plus if your a really good friend and he likes her you should understand, but if he likes you then if shes a real friend she should understand, trust me don't reuin your friendship over a boy especially if he doesn't like you, it's not worth.

You can't control who he likes and doesn't like. Just know that if he's with you, then he obviously likes you more. As long as your friend doesn't like him back, your relationship with your friend should be fine too.

That's happened to me but i have no clue and i know he (they both) like me..... idk but he probably likes you.

If your friend is aware that he likes her, then things are somewhat complicated. If she does, leave them to sort it out. If not, you can make your move. However if she does not know he likes her, you should tell her so, and probably explain that you like him as well.

that's really weird but i think he's just kinda confused, but would you like a guy who likes you but likes another girl??

Yes you should ask him out because you like him and he likes you, and if you don't have the guts to ask him out then ask a friend to ask him out for you! :] Good Luck

He likes them both, but he likes Rachel as a friend. And Annabeth, he likes her as a crush way. (Percy likes annabeth more.)


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